Study Finds New Anti-HIV Drug Has 99% Effectiveness | WLS-AM 890


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A recent study by Zion Medical found that a new HIV drug called Gammora can kill up to 99% of infected cells in humans.

"The drug triggers self-destruction of the infected cell called apoptosis. It has the potential to heal HIV-infected patients by destroying all cells that carry the HIV genome, "said Dr. Esmira Naftali.

Patients received Gammora along with lopinavir or ritonavir. The combination destroyed 99% of the virus in just four weeks, with no adverse side effects.

"We are excited to prove the efficiency of our drug in phase 2b with a larger number of participants over a long period of time," said Dr. Naftali.




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